After going to the Worth-Tyrell high school of performing arts, and being awarded a presidential scholar in the Arts, Alice began studying with Stella Adler at the age of 17. She continued on full scholarship to New York University Tisch School of the Arts. Further training was with the National Shakespeare Company, and at Oxford UK, studying with Earle Gister and Maria Aitken. Theater credits include A Phoenix Too Frequent, and Clubhouse Rules at Verse Theater Manhattan, The Last Seder at New Dramatists, Voices Carry and Horsefeathers at New Jersey Rep, Drood at the Forum Theater, and The House of Bernarda Alba with the Adler Theater. She has also appeared in numerous new play workshops at the Lark Theater. At the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey, Alice appeared in A Midsummer Nights Dream, The Importance of Being Earnest and Blithe Spirit (all directed by Dylan Baker), Twelfth Night, The Tempest, A Child’s Christmas in Wales, Dark of the Moon, and Skin of Our Teeth. Directing credits include: Voices from the Shelter(Winn Atkins Theater Project), and The Raw and the Cooked (The Hallie Flanigan Play Series: Women at Wings Theater). Alice has taught at Drew University and has been on the faculty at Stella Adler Studio for over 10 years.